The city of Durban is a smelly place to be as the Municipal Workers Strike continues. This after striking municipal workers left fire hydrants open and allowed water to run for hours. Streams of clean water and sewage flowed through
the streets of Durban on Tuesday.
Hotels in Durban are now telling their guests, not to take baths to save water.
Dr Pixley kaSeme Street were completely disabled by municipal waste trucks, with waste scattered all over the city. Parks, Electricity, Water and Sanitation Service vehicles have occupied Dr Pixley kaSeme Street, blocking the entire road.
The Striking municipal workers have also threatened to cut electricity in parts of the city. The strike has turned violent, when municipal workers began to
attack police members, by throwing glass bottles and other objects at police.
Meanwhile, guests have started to arrive for the Indaba Tourism Expo.